About Those Blind Spots…
12 Things You Can Do to Stop Shooting Yourself in the Foot
Have you ever been on the receiving end of critical feedback that really caught you by surprise?
Have you repeatedly been turned down for a project assignment or a promotion that you definitely felt qualified for?
Do you sometimes wonder how people REALLY see you and think about you at work?
If you said yes to any of these questions, chances are good that you may have some blind spots. A blind spot is a weakness we have that we either. . .
- Don’t know we have
- Know we have and we deny it
- Know we have and we reject others’ perceptions that it’s important
For any of these three alternatives, having a blind spot with a skill, competency or character quality that really matters at work can seriously stall or even stop your professional career. Nobody wants that, especially you.
When it comes to blind spots, what we don’t know can surely hurt us.
Join us and learn…
- 12 things you can do to stop shooting yourself in the foot at work
- A model for self-awareness and learning and what it takes to make changes that are sustainable